Nenorakam Movie Review & Ratings

By - March 17, 2017 - 10:12 PM IST

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Cast: Sarath Kumar, Raam Shankar, Reshmi Menon
Banner: Vibha Entertainments
Music: Mahith Narayan
Editor: Karthik Srinivas
Producer: Depa Srikanth
Writer-Director: Sudarshan Salendra 


Gautham (Raam Shankar) is an orphan working as a recovery agent in a finance company. He falls in love with Swecha (Reshmi) who is a sensitive girl and an ardent plant lover. Gautham lies to Swecha and gets close to her but she discovers it at a later time and gets angry. However, she also realizes the true love of Gautham for her and asks him to meet at a restaurant. Before he goes there, Swecha gets kidnapped. Who is the kidnapper? Can Gautham get her out of them? What happens to their love story? All this forms the rest.


Raam Shankar who has been searching for a hit since long made good use of this opportunity. He showed a lot of ease as a lover boy and also as someone who will not hesitate to give his life for his loved one.

Reshmi is beautiful in looks and performance.

After a long time, Tamil star Sarath Kumar came to Telugu. He rocked with his killer and cunning looks with powerful dialogues. His flashback episode was heart touching.

Late MS Narayana’s role didn’t work because the dubbing was done by someone else. The rest of the cast did as required.

Technical Aspects:

The major highlight is the music by Mahit Narayan, brother of late Chakri. Songs were okay but they became hindrances in few places but attempts were made to reduce it through re-recording. Another plus is the cinematography from Siddharth. CG work was poor. Production values were okay. Coming to director Sudarshan, he scored his first victory by choosing a burning issue as storyline. He also chose the right cast and hooked the audience with gripping screenplay. Keeping the first half aside, right from interval bang to the end, he gave a racy screenplay and handled things well. First half should have been edited further.

Plus Points:

- Storyline
- Sarath Kumar’s performance
- RR of Mahit Narayan

Minus Points:

- Routine first half
- CG work

Final Verdict:

By weaving a story on current issue, director grabbed good attention. Since it is a burning issue, this would appeal to both youth and their parents as well. Given it’s good content, Nenorakam is a movie worth watching during the weekend. 

Avg User Rating: 3/5


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